Acoustic surveys to determine biomass and distribution of forage species in Prince William Sound, Alaska: 1995 - 1998

Lewis Haldorson, Thomas Shirley, Kenneth Coyle & Richard Thorne
[Missing any annual plankton and CTD data sets from this study] Prince William Sound (PWS) is one of the largest areas of protected waters bordering the Gulf of Alaska (GOA). It, and the nearby open waters of the Gulf, provide foraging areas for populations of apex predators including piscivorous seabirds and marine mammals. These surface- dependent predators were adversely impacted by the EXXON VALDEZ oil spill (EVOS); and many experienced declines from which they have...
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